- n. 趋势，倾向；走向
- vi. 趋向，伸向
- vt. 使…趋向
- n. (Trend)人名；(英)特伦德
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1. trundle => trend.
2. The etymological notion underlying trend is of 'circularity' or 'roundness'.
3. it was originally used in the sense 'revolve, roll'. This gradually evolved via 'turn' to, in the 16th century, 'turn in a particular direction, take a particular course'.
来自古英语 trendan,滚动，转动，来自 Proto-Germanic*trandijana,旋转，词源同 trundle,轮子， 滚轮。该词原指河流或海湾的拐弯，后引申词义潮流，趋势，动向等。
- trend: [OE] The etymological notion underlying trend is of ‘circularity’ or ‘roundness’. It comes from a prehistoric Germanic base *trend-, *trund-, which also produced Dutch trent ‘circumference’, Swedish trind ‘round’, and English trundle , and it was originally used in the sense ‘revolve, roll’. This gradually evolved via ‘turn’ to, in the 16th century, ‘turn in a particular direction, take a particular course’. The first record of the derivative trendy dates from 1962.
- trend (v.)
- 1590s, "to run or bend in a certain direction" (of rivers, coasts, etc.), from Middle English trenden "to roll about, turn, revolve," from Old English trendan "turn round, revolve, roll," from Proto-Germanic *trandijan (cognates: Old English trinde "round lump, ball," Old Frisian trind, Middle Low German trint "round," Middle Low German trent "ring, boundary," Dutch trent "circumference," Danish trind "round"); origin and connections outside Germanic uncertain. Sense of "have a general tendency" (used of events, opinions, etc.) is first recorded 1863, from the nautical sense. Related: Trended; trending.
- trend (n.)
- "the way something bends" (coastline, mountain range, etc.), 1777, earlier "round bend of a stream" (1620s), from trend (v.); sense of "general course or direction" is from 1884. Sense of "a prevailing new tendency in popular fashion or culture" is from c. 1950.
- 1. The report suggested that the same trend was at work in politics.
- 2. There has been no discernible overall trend since 1975.
- 3. Many traders forecast a continuation of the market's recent bearish trend.
- 4. While other newspapers are losing circulation, we are bucking the trend.
- 5. The latest lifestyle trend is downshifting.
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